The Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project (KOSAP) is a flagship project of the Ministry of Energy, financed by the World Bank. Component 2 of the project is a US$ 47 million funding window encompassing two results-based financings (RBF) facilities for solar (US$ 12 million) and clean cooking (US$ 5 million), and a US$ 30 million solar debt facility. SNV Netherlands Development Organization (SNV), in partnership with SunFunder Inc., is the KOSAP Facilities Manager, on behalf of the Ministry of Energy.

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SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is implementing the Market Based Energy Access Project II (MBEA II) under Energising Development (Endev) Phase III. MBEA II focuses on market based approaches to energy access within the refugee setting in Kakuma refugee camp as well as the host community. MBEA II will promote supply, distribution and use of clean cooking and solar powered solutions through a mix of market based and social approaches. The project seeks for partnerships to promote solar products and clean cooking solutions for households, productive use in business settings and social institutions in Kakuma refugee camp and host community. The full details on the project, the applicable support, eligible products and other details have all been included in the terms of reference.

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Energising Development Kenya Programme (EnDev Kenya), implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) is seeking for enterprises to participate in the Social Impact Incentives (SIINC) Results-based Financing (RBF) Pilot Project.

The objective of the SIINC pilot project is to provide Social Impact Incentives as a form of ‘proof-of-concept’ to initially up to three selected energy enterprises in the course of 2020-2022 based on measurable impact achievement that is to be defined with the applicants. The amount of SIINC incentive payments provided by the pilot project to leverage commercial investment will be in the range of EUR 100,000 to EUR 225,000

The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse the enormous progress off-grid energy companies have made to bring power to 470 million people in the last decade.
The new global economic crisis will make it more difficult for existing customers to pay for their energy services. At the same time, slowed supply chains and reduced investment flows are causing energy companies to run out of cash.
Facing dwindling liquidity, these energy companies will be forced to lay off staff - putting the sector's nearly 370,000 jobs at risk - and shut off customers' access to energy.
The COVID-19 Energy Access Relief Fund will bridge this funding gap to maintain the sector's progress in bringing energy to all.

Global Innovation Fund support innovators at all stages of development. Through grants, loans (including convertible debt), and equity investments ranging from $50,000 to $15 million, we back innovations with the potential for social impact at a large scale, whether they are new business models, policy practices, technologies, behavioural insights, or new ways of delivering products and services that benefit the poor in developing countries

Established in 2008, this annual award recognises and rewards the achievements of those who are driving impactful, innovative and inspiring sustainability solutions across five distinct categories: Health, Food, Energy, Water and Global High Schools.


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